Residing in Copenhagen serviced apartments is surely a treat if you are located in the atmospheric Latin Quarter. The neighborhood was found back in the 1200s, along with the founding of a Latin school, and later in the 1400, the University of Copenhagen was founded. If you are planning to travel to Copenhagen, visiting the Latin Quarter of the city is surely a treat. Read on for the reasons why.
The Hotel Skt. Petri is quite renowned among celebrities and travelers. It is situated inside the former house of the Dalle Valle department store. It has 268 rooms, 55 of which have a balcony. These rooms are designed with a sleek, contemporary style and showcase light wood floors, beds with black and white linens, and furniture embracing the theme of bright green and blue.
- Henrik Vibskov
Besides his own boldly patterned clothing ensemble, the native artist, musician, couturier, Henrik Vibskov also carries Comme des Garçons shoes and small-batch gin.
The décor of Höst complements the Nordic cuisine accurately. The raw impression of the place created by recycled wood, lambskin, granite, and concrete is an ideal setting for the squeaky clean ingredients that are showcased on your plate. Its three-course menu is a great value to your money as well as its quality and the best way to sample the menu’s best flavors.
It is situated next to Copenhagen’s gourmet food market Torvehallerne, Musling (Danish for mussels). It serves affordable and artistic seafood in a casual setting. It is highly advised to order three to four dishes from the changing a la carte menu for a complete meal, and prepare for a Scandinavian feast with an international vibe.
- Rosenborg Castle
This 17th-century palace is far more intimate than the usual imperial palaces of Europe. The Rosenborg Castle has three cozy floors equipped with gilded chambers, chinoiserie, and intricate tapestries.